The Japanese Garden

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The Japanese Garden

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Japanese Garden Links And Resources

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International Association of Japanese Gardens The International Association of Japanese gardens, Inc., was formed as an Oregon, USA non-profit organization to encourage and promote intercultural communication and understanding by celebrating and studying Japanese Gardens throughout the world. Membership is open to Japanese gardens, professionals, and associates throughout the world.
Japanese Garden -- Portland, Oregon -- Portland's internationally recognized Japanese Garden beckons visitors from home and abroad to enter its unique confines. Little more than forty years old, it represents a melding of Japanese traditional garden forms with American hurry.
Brooklyn Botanical Garden -- Japanese Hill-and-Pond Garden The Japanese Hill-and-Pond Garden is one of the oldest and most visited Japanese-inspired gardens outside Japan. It presents a condensed idealization of nature: trees and shrubs, carefully dwarfed and shaped by cloud-pruning, are surrounded by hills, a pond, and forest-sized trees.
Missouri Botanical Garden -- Seiwa-en - Japanese Garden -- A four-acre lake is complemented with waterfalls, streams, water-filled basins, and stone lanterns. Dry gravel gardens are raked into beautiful, rippling patterns. Four islands rise from the lake to form symbolic images.
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International And National Bonsai Societies
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Golden State Bonsai Federation -- The Golden State Bonsai Federation (GSBF) is a tax-exempt, educational organization which provides services and activities promoting the art of bonsai throughout California. Its Annual Convention gives "bonsai people" an opportunity to watch bonsai masters at work; to participate in hands-on workshops; to shop for plants, tools, pots, and materials at the bazaar; and to share in the friendly companionship of other bonsai enthusiasts.
Bonsai Clubs International -- Advances the ancient and living art of bonsai and related arts through the global sharing of knowledge. We educate while promoting international friendship and solidify world relationships through cooperation with individuals and organizations whose purpose is consistent with ours.
California Bonsai Society -- A Southern California club site with extensive links and resources.
California Aiseki Kai -- The Suiseki Tradition -- Devoted to collecting and enjoying Japanese Viewing Stones
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